301-926-2256 [email protected]

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

The Washington Grove Annual Town Meeting to be held electronically on Saturday May 9th at 8:00 p.m.

You won’t want to miss this the 2020 Annual Town Meeting! For the first time we will conduct the Annual Town Meeting entirely electronically, and hopefully make it an “interesting experience” for all! As usual, the Agenda will include required Town business of approving the annual Budget and tax rate, the State of the Town report from the Mayor (abbreviated, we can hope…), and the results of the Town Election. We will also make an award or two, in some form recognize our hard-working employees, the Grove’s appointed and elected officials, and the numerous volunteers among you who help keep the town functioning.

Special Rules of Order (supplementing Robert’s Rules of Order) will be used to conduct the meeting, to recognize those wishing to be heard, and to establish the presence of the required quorum of 50 qualified town voters.

How to attend the Town Meeting: The 2020 Annual Town Meeting will be convened electronically by Zoom videoconferencing via the internet, or by dial-in, similar to meetings conducted in Town for over a month.

PLEASE NOTE THESE ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS (subject to change via Grove Alert):

  1. All participants should access the meeting early – between 7:30 and 7:50.
  2. You will enter into a Waiting Room to check your qualified voter status.
  3. A Cohost will ask you to identify yourself and your Grove address and will confirm your voting status.
  4. You will then be transferred into the meeting.

Everyone is encouraged to become familiar with the Zoom remote access software and process from smart devices, or with Dial-in from a not-so-smart device/phone.

Practice Sessions: If in doubt about connecting, YOU SHOULD SCHEDULE A PRACTICE SESSION (~10’-20’). Contact either John Compton at [email protected] or 240-432-5700, or Charlie Challstrom at [email protected] or 301-926-4498

Town Election

We are conducting the annual municipal election via our absentee and emergency ballot provisions, which allow ballots to be obtained up until what would be the opening of polls at 4:00 on May 9. You need only complete and drop off at the Town Office an Emergency Absentee Ballot Application attached to this Bulletin, and we will endeavor to get you a ballot with a minimum of close physical contact for all involved. Detailed information is below. Thanks. Send questions or last-minute requests to [email protected]. Ballots must be returned by 7:00 PM on. Saturday, May 9.

TOWN COUNCIL NEWS

Next meeting: Monday, May 18, 2020; 7:30 p.m.

The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/297850640?pwd=czh3ODBEdEpTeXdkRTc5bDFmLzN2UT09 Or Dial-in to 301-7158592 Meeting ID: 297 850 640
Password: 074385

Actions at the April Town Council meeting included:

  • Delay of the public hearing on Ordinance 2020-01 to June 8, 2020.
  • Approval of Resolution 2020-03 Amending Sections 5, 31, and 42 of the Town Charter.
  • Approval of Resolution 2020-04 to make the 2020 Annual Town Meeting electronic, special rules of order for communicating, and to adopt the proposed budget as a provisional budget.
  • Acceptance of FY2021 Budget and Tax Rate.
  • Introduction of Ordinance 2020-05 FY2021 Budget Ordinance.
  • Approval of Resolution 2019-13; Providing for Proper Governance of Washington Grove Committees

Town Treasurer Position

The Town of Washington Grove seeks a qualified individual to fill the position of Town Treasurer beginning Spring-Summer 2021. The Treasurer has broad responsibilities, functioning as financial officer, bookkeeper, purchasing agent and in other capacities to insure smooth operation of Town government. The Treasurer provides essential continuity and guidance to help elected officials and other volunteers be effective in serving the Town. The position requires independence, organizational skills, and the capacity to effectively communicate and work with diverse individuals.

This part-time position (approx. 10 hours per week) does not include benefits. Work hours are flexible. Applicants must be able to provide their own workspace and computer/printer. Strong computer skills are essential. Please send expressions of interest in writing to Mayor John Compton at PO Box 1187 or [email protected].

Stormwater Issues? Report Before Acting!

BEFORE taking any action, you should bring concerns about standing water and stormwater runoff on Town property to the attention of the Town. Yes, heavy rains have increased the impact of surface water damage around Town. However, except under circumstances immediately affecting their own property, please do not undertake any action before reporting an issue. Well-meaning efforts may solve a problem, but they have created new problems elsewhere – including on your neighbor’s property!

Instead, please contact and discuss with either: the Town Office (301-926-2256), Maintenance Supervisor Steve Werts (301-926-1668) and/or Robert Johnson, Chairman of the Stormwater Management Committee ([email protected]).

Brush and Debris Disposal Container for Resident Use

Residents should be aware that they are not allowed to leave yard debris on Town property, even under current circumstances! However, the Shady Grove transfer station drop-off is closed to individuals, being apparently classified as non-essential activity! This poses a problem for residents needing to dispose of yard debris that is in excess of yard waste sized for pick-up by Potomac Disposal.

Early next week a container will be placed near the Maintenance Shed for residents to deposit yard debris. ONLY YARD DEBRIS IS TO BE PLACED IN THIS CONTAINER. No trash and no non-organic material whatsoever.

Planning Commission News…

Next meeting: Wed, May 6, 2020; 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM. As part of the Town’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, this Planning Commission Meeting will be conducted online, rather than in person.

Residents and the public may access using Meeting ID: 781 347 688
By dialing in to: 301-715-8592 and following the audio instructions.
OR by joining the Zoom videoconference at: https://zoom.us/j/781347688

Meeting agenda is as follows:
1. Approval of Agenda; 2. Building Permit Activity; 3. Other Permit Activity 4. Public Appearances; 5. Approval of Minutes; 6. Report from Town Council; 7. Master Plan Work Session Report; 8. Other Business; 9: Adjourn

Building Permit Submission Deadline
The deadline to submit a building permit application for approval by the Planning Commission and review by the Historic Preservation Commission is the 2nd Wednesday of the month prior to the PC meeting at which the permit will be reviewed (this will be in the following month). This timing ensures the HPC will be able to complete a formal review before the PC meeting as this review is required for the PC to approve the permit in a timely fashion. If you are considering any renovation or building project at your house, be sure to get a copy of the procedures to apply for a Town Building Permit which will help you through the Town’s process.

Permits Up for Approval in May:
414 Brown St. Fence
326 Ridge Road Addition

Public Ways and Property (PW&P) Permits

The Planning Commission has revised PW&P permit instructions to reflect updates to the Code of Ordinances enacted by the Town Council. The PW&P permit pdf is required for any excavating or other work in public ways or on Town property. This now includes new or altered driveway aprons which use town property to connect to the pavement. The PW&P permit is also required for small wireless telecommunications facilities, and a new Article XVIII in the Code of Ordinances was established with the permit process and criteria for these facilities.

2020 Master Plan Work Session

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 7:30 pm REMOTE ACCESS ONLY. As part of the Town’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, this Master Plan Work Session will be conducted online, rather than in person. Residents and the public may access by Dialing in to: 301-715-8592 and using Meeting ID: 781 347 688 and following the audio instructions OR by joining the Zoom videoconference at: https://zoom.us/j/781347688

Meeting agenda is as follows:
1. Approval of Agenda; 2. Approval of Previous Work Session Minutes; 3. Review 2020 0415 Master Plan Working Draft; 4. Adjourn

We will be reviewing new material from the Historic Preservation Commission for Section 9 (Preservation and Development). After this we will look at the submission from the Washington Grove Emergency Preparedness and Safety Committee for a completely new Section #11 (Emergency Preparedness with Risk Management and Hazard Mitigation).

Historic Preservation Commission News…

Next meeting: Tuesday, May 19, 2020; 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM.
https://zoom.us/j/578809278
Dial-in: 301 715 8592
Meeting ID: 578 809 278
Password: none

2020 Updated and Expanded WG Historic District nomination available on Town website
The Historic Preservation Commission is pleased to announce that the final version of the 2020 Updated and Expanded Washington Grove Historic District nomination has now been posted to the Town website under Government/Historic Preservation Commission:

https://washingtongrovemd.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Washington_Grove_HD_NR_Nomination_combined.pdf.

With assistance from the HPC, this document was recently completed by the consulting firm of Robinson & Associates. It replaces the original 1980 Historic District nomination and contains many new resources, including our parks, forest preserves, and elements of our unique street layout and infrastructure. This new nomination has been enthusiastically approved and endorsed by the staff of the Maryland Historical Trust, who have forwarded it to the National Register of Historic Places for final approval.

We think that readers will enjoy the historic maps and photographs as well as the comprehensive and thoroughly researched history of the town, beginning with its founding in 1873 and extending to the present time. To help guide your reading of this very detailed document, we have posted a separate table of contents. The nomination is also searchable.

This fall, the nomination’s co-authors, Daria Gasparini and Michael Mitchell, will make a presentation to the Town thus providing everyone with an opportunity to meet them and ask questions in person. Until then, please do not hesitate to let HPC members know if you have any comments or questions.
Videos featuring Washington Grove added to Town website’s Video Gallery

Two videos about Washington Grove produced by Montgomery County have been added to the Town website’s Video Gallery

The first is Clare Kelly’s 2000 Tour of Washington Grove, which can also be accessed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7PEara6exE.

The second addition is the 2017 feature about Washington Grove in the “Neighborhood Niches” series, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-6QZcF8whQ.

Both can also be accessed directly from the Video Gallery.

Forestry & Beautification News…

Next Meeting: Wed, May 13, 2020; 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM.

Residents and the public may access using:
Meeting ID: 781 347 688, by dialing in to: 301-715-8592 and following the audio instructions OR by joining the Zoom videoconference at: https://zoom.us/j/781347688

We will review the Spring tree planting (11 new trees!) which has just been completed. This will be our last spring meeting and we’ll be on hiatus until September when we start planning for the Fall tree planting. We’d love to have you join us! If you can’t make the meeting but have a suggestion for where a new tree is needed in the fall, please contact F&B Chair Georgette Cole ([email protected]) or our Council Liaison Audrey Maskery ([email protected]).

Lake Committee News…

Next Meeting: Thursday, May 21,2020 at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM.

Join Zoom Meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/853183771?pwd=QkdjLzI0Y3hrYXhYS2p2K2dCdVUrQT09 OR
Dial: 301 715 8592 US
Meeting ID: 853 183 771
Password: 008586

Woods Committee News…

The May Woods Committee (WC) meeting will be held online on Monday, May 4, 2020 at 7:30 PM as part of the Town’s response to protect ourselves and our community from the COVID-19 pandemic. Our meetings are held on the first Monday of each month and will be REMOTE ACCESS ONLY.

To join the WC meeting use Meeting ID: 938 358 144. The meeting link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/938358144?pwd=ZnplZ1pjTmlIeEZPa2d0bGxudEtYUT09

The WC would like to thank town volunteers, Mary Woodfield, Missy Yachup, Virginia Quesada, Dan Tutus, and Joan Mahaffey, who have been individually helping with the West Woods spring clean-up since our Spring Workday group event had to be cancelled. Regretfully, our educational “Walk in the Woods” with Agnes Kedmenecz (U Maryland Extension, Woodland Stewards Educator) on Saturday, May 30th is postponed until further notice.

The WC planted 12 native trees in the East Woods “former Emmons Property” area along Grove Road to replace the non-native invasive white mulberry trees removed. Stadler Nursery planted two Serviceberries and two Redbuds along Grove Road, as well as 2 Swamp White Oaks, 2 White Oaks, two Red Oaks, one Black Gum, and one Sycamore a little farther from the road. In addition, Stadler replaced a Dogwood and a White Oak which were not successful transplants deeper in the East Woods. These native trees will help support and add much beauty to the East Woods forest canopy. All plantings were selected and completed using social distancing.

We have a project to spread woodchips along established trails in the East Woods. If you would like to help with this project, please contact Joan Mahaffey. Social distancing guidelines will be observed.

Please take some time to walk in our Woods to see the emergence of native trout lilies and jack-in-the pulpit. Dogwood, Cherry trees, Tulip Poplars, Oaks, Hickories and other native trees are beginning to leaf out. Shrubs are sprouting, such as blueberries in the East Woods and spicebush in the West Woods. Web sites such as www.nativeplantcenter.net provide descriptions and photographs of native grasses and ground covers, shrubs, and trees. Focus your search for the Piedmont Region. Stay healthy and happy!

Recreation Committee News…

Next Meeting: THURSDAY, May 20, 2020; 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM.

Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/78796924338?pwd=UGNaMktTUzQrQXJ5TmtXWE5nNWd2UT09
Or Dial-in: 301-715-8592
Meeting ID: 787 9692 4338
Password: 043200

Hello SITP 2020 Campers Volunteers and Staff applicants!
While there is uncertainty as to if we can hold Summer In The Parks this year, we are still continuing to collect applications for enrollment and employment during this time. Please visit the Town website to sign up for camp and apply to be a volunteer or staff member for this summer. If you are interested in volunteering or becoming a staff member this summer, please contact Emily Cavey at 230-838-1840 before you fill out an application.

Washington Grove Cares News…

We hope everyone is staying safe and keeping well. Read about the Masker Aider Project and see a few reminders below from Washington Grove Cares (WGC).

MaskerAider Project
The project to sew cloth masks by town residents for Grovers who need them has been a resounding success. Christine Dibble conceived this project and carried it out, with the help of numerous mask makers. You can see the results in the bright, colorful cloth masks worn by folks as they take their daily constitutionals around Town.

The MaskerAider project created and distributed more than 100 masks to Grovers. A special thank you to master seamstresses, Kathleen McCann, Lisa Kokes, Lauren Kingsland, Charlene McClelland, Mary Warfield, Joan Mahaffey, Liz Robertson, and Paige Chesney (Turner), and to Mimi Wong, who donated 100 masks that she obtained from a company in California. Contact Christine if your mask needs re-fitting or repair: [email protected]

Coordinating Shopping Trips During the COVID 19 Epidemic
Working together, we can reduce the total number of trips between the Grove and groceries/pharmacies and help neighbors at the same time.

Impromptu grocery/pharmacy trips
If you are going to a particular grocery store/pharmacy and can pick up items for others, consider posting a message to the listserv (washingtongro[email protected]) hours before or even the night before you head out. Mention which store you plan to visit and list your phone number so neighbors can contact you before emailing requests.

Regularly Scheduled Grocery Trips
Two volunteers have offered to shop for others at regular times each week; contact them directly.

Mondays at 8 am (contact by Sun. 5 pm) Whole Foods, MOM’s, or Aldi’s
Call or text Caitlin Bethepu at 414-208-8661

Wednesday evenings (contact by Wed. noon) and Saturdays, early morning (contact by Fri. 5 pm) Giant
Call or text Paul Boynton at 301-367-7830, or email [email protected]

Other shopping delivery options

  • Instacart service (Instacart.com) delivers orders from various local grocery stores.
  • Giant (Crabbs Branch) pharmacy has curbside pickup and delivers prescriptions by mail; CVS (Rockville) has drive through service for pick ups and mails prescription drugs.

If You Don’t Regularly Read the Washington Grove Listserv…
We want to make sure that all Grovers have access to information about WGC activities and resources. Since announcements about these activities (for example, volunteer shopping) are typically made via the town listserv, if you don’t regularly read the listserv you may miss them. If you want to be sure to receive these announcements, contact Betsy Klinger ([email protected]) to have your name added to an email list created for this purpose.

Woman’s Club News…

The Washington Grove Woman’s Club
There will be no May Flower Show this year

As we continue to Stay at Home with COVID-19, our Club and the Town are facing a May without our Annual Flower Show. Hopefully by next year this will be behind us and we will again celebrate spring together.

June Progressive Porch Party
No decision has been made yet about whether we will be able to hold our Annual Progressive Porch Party, but we should have an answer by the June newsletter.

Project Linus and the Maskmakers
Our Work from Home Project Linus has been most successful. We’ve had donations of crocheted, knitted and fleece throws and blankets! These will go to help give some security, warmth and comfort to children in foster care or who are seriously ill or traumatized. While Project Linus will be ongoing, recently our sewers put aside blankets to help make masks for those in Town who need them. We co-sponsored the Maskmakers Project with Washington Grove Cares.

We’re Working on the new Town Directory
As a reminder, we’re still collecting updated information for our 2020 to 2022 Town Directory. The forms are periodically emailed to the Listserv, you can pick up one up from the Town Office or contact Marilynn Frey at [email protected] If you have not filled out yours yet, please fill one out as soon as possible and email it, mail it or drop it off at the Town Office, so that we can publish the new Directory this spring.

In this time of many unknowns for our local businesses, selling the ads that support our Directory will be particularly difficult. If you have a business or you have contacts with businesses, please contact Marilynn Frey ([email protected]) to get a signup form. Most businesses provide a simple business card.

After the Quarantine Ends, You Can Rent Our Clubhouse!
Once life returns to normal, this historic clubhouse will be available for rent to Town residents from mid-March to mid-December. It’s ideal for parties, showers, wedding receptions, meetings or other such events. Our rates are reasonable, and members of the Club receive a significant discount. For more information about this lovely facility, please contact Cynthia Werts (301-926-1668) or Joli McCathran (301-869-5358).

Joining the Woman’s is easy
The Woman’s Club dues are a modest $15 per year and can be paid at any event, or by sending a check to The Woman’s Club of Washington Grove, to PO Box 354, Washington Grove, MD 20880.

Your dues make it possible for us to support Town programs such as The Summer In the Parks, the Acorn Library and the Holiday Show. They also let us host our annual Town events like the January White Elephant Sale, the February Chili Supper, Project Linus, the Spring Egg Hunt, the May Flower Show, the June Progressive Porch Party, the September Pot Luck Supper and guest speakers. Plus, all year-round we collect for our Community Outreach programs.

For the Washington Grove Elementary School
This outreach project has been on hold while the school is closed and students are doing online classes, we hope that by fall, we will again need to fill the closet, gather coats and bring music to the students.

  • The Teachers Closet – We collect school supplies all year round for the Teachers Closet. Our aim is to keep it filled with things like glue sticks, pencils and sharpeners, paper, hand sanitizers and tissues, and other supplies. Without our help, teachers will all too often end up buying these things out of their own pockets.
  • Winter Coats, Hats, Scarves and Gloves – We try to keep the Teachers Closet filled with winter coats, hats, scarves and gloves so that no child goes without through the bitter winter months.
  • Bringing Music to the Students – This Fall, the school asked us to help ensure that all children can participate in the Music Programs. We are hoping to donate resin, reeds, instruction books and other necessities for a successful instrumental music program. Checks should be made out to the Woman’s Club and marked for donation to the WGES Music Program.

Working with Interfaith Works for the Children
As the less fortunate children, like the rest of us, must stay at home, the need for things to brighten their lives is even greater.

  • Small Gifts – While the less fortunate children of our County need essentials, they also need occasional treats in their lives, and we help provide these by collecting Birthday Presents and small Treasure Chest items to be distributed through Interfaith works.
  • Much Needed New Underwear – There is always a need for new underwear for boys and girls from toddlers to teens. We have developed sources for purchasing the underwear, so the easiest way to help with this need is through money donations.

White Socks and Toiletries for Area Shelter
The small, travel sized toiletries from hotels are always needed by shelter residents, and we collect and distribute them. Also, winter is hard enough for the homeless without them going without socks! We continue to collect new white socks.

Where to Bring Your Donations
Whatever pulls at your heart strings, we have a need you can fulfill. Even though our Clubhouse is currently closed for the winter, we have bins on the porch to collect for our Community Outreach Programs, or you can drop off your contributions in the painted can on Wendy Weisbard’s porch at 119 Grove Road. You bring them and we’ll sort where they go! Checks are always appreciated too, just put in the memo field if you want your donation to go to a specific project and mail to The Woman’s Club, PO Box 354, Washington Grove, MD 20880.

Stormwater Management Committee

Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 12, 2020; 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM conference. The Stormwater Management committee meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

If anyone would like to join the next TWG Stormwater Management Committee meeting the details for joining are below. Last month we discussed drainage issues resulting from the heavy rains especially on 4/13/2020. We would like to ask Town residents to report other issues they may have been experiencing from the recent rains. We will also be continuing our work on finalizing our presentation on the critical Stormwater Management issues in our West Woods in preparation for a Zoom meeting with Watershed Planners from Montgomery County and the City of Gaithersburg Stormwater Management team.

Questions, concerns or ideas please contact
Robert N. Johnson at [email protected]m or 301 346-6267

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82906103157?pwd=Q3U1R20wVXQydzAycWk0T3N5N3Rsdz09
Or Dial-in: 301-715-8592
Meeting ID: 829 0610 3157
Password: 088156

Emergency Preparedness Committee News…

Next Meeting: Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. REMOTE ACCESS ONLY by using Zoom videoconference at https://zoom.us/j/913357212

COVID-19: Please check the Town website for information relating to COVID-19 at https://washingtongrovemd.org/community/community-resources/covid-19-information/.

Wearing a mask is now required for entering retail or food establishments and riding public transportation. EPSC would also like to thank MaskerAiders for their voluntary effort to produce home-made masks.

Lighting Committee News…

Next Meeting: Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this virtual meeting via ZOOM conference. We meet the fourth Wednesday of every month. We will be meeting via a Zoom Conference and all are welcome to attend! The details are below.

We will be discussing the outcome of the video conference with Pepco on May 29th. Additionally, we will be continuing our exploration of our lighting needs and options.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86581595022?pwd=ZkkyNW5CQk9UcStEVzNOdkJrNlJRQT09
Or Dial-in: 301-715-8592
Meeting ID: 865 8159 5022
Password: 068463

Washington Grove UMC News…

Washington Grove United Methodist Church

…Sunday services continue to be temporarily suspended

As we continue to Stay at Home during the COVID-19 crises, the Church has been enjoying Sunday morning Zoom services. If you would like to join us, please contact Pastor Andrew Peck-McClain at [email protected] to be included.

Once we can again go out into the world, please join us on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am at the Washington Grove United Methodist Church, 303 Chestnut Road, Washington Grove, MD 20880 (301-869-3753).

Washington Grove United Methodist Church is a Reconciling Congregation, which means we believe that each person is a precious creation of God and is of sacred worth. We welcome and celebrate persons of every gender identity, racial or ethnic background, sexual orientation, and physical or mental ability into full participation in the life of this faith community. We celebrate the gift of love and affirm all loving relations and marriages.

How to Vote By Mail in the Maryland Primary Election June 2nd

NOW – BEFORE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BALLOTS ARE MAILED OUT
…REGISTER TO VOTE OR VERIFY YOUR REGISTRATION

In response to Governor Larry Hogan’s renewed proclamation governing election procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic, the June 2 primary will take place by mail. Montgomery County citizens who wish to vote in the 2020 Presidential Primary Election need to submit their registration to vote or any update to their current voter record including mailing address no later than Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

Maryland holds closed party primaries. Only registered voters affiliated with the Democratic or Republican parties receive a ballot for that party. Unaffiliated voters will vote only for candidates for the Board of Education.

Registering to vote requires that you are a US citizen, live in Montgomery County, Maryland, and are or will be at least 18 years of age on or before November 3, 2020.

Registered voters can review/update their voter record by texting CHECK to 77788, CLICKING HERE, or calling 240-777-8500 to verify their voter registration using the automated phone system or for assistance.

Individuals who are not registered but have a valid Maryland Driver’s license, Permit or MVA ID can register by texting VOTE to 77788 or CLICKING HERE.

Individuals without a Maryland Driver’s license, Permit or MVA ID can visit www.777vote.org to download a voter registration application to mail to the Board of Elections, or call 240-777-8500 for assistance.

For more information on voter registration visit www.777vote.org, the Maryland State Board of Elections’ website at http://elections.maryland.gov, or follow the Montgomery County Board of Elections on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

May 2020 – Coming Events Calendar

(All meetings via ZOOM Conference)

May 4 »  Woods Committee 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 6 »  Planning Commission 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 9 »  Annual Town Meeting 8:00 pm ZOOM
May 12 »  Stormwater Management 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 13 »  Forestry & Beautification 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 13 »  Building Permit Submission Deadline
May 18 »  Town Council Organizational Mtg. 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 19 »  Historic Preservation Commission 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 20 »  Recreation Committee 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 20 »  Master Plan Work Session 7:30 pm ZOOM
May 21 »  Lake Committee 7:30 pm ZOOM
June 1 »  Woods Committee 7:30 pm ZOOM

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